ATPL Aerodynamics & Systems (AASA)

AASA  1.5 hour exam, 70% pass mark.

AASA Aerodynamics 1

ATPL Aerodynamics

Do 20 of approx 30+ questions

AASA Aerodynamics 2

ATPL Aerodynamics

Do 20 of approx 30+ questions

AASA Aerodynamics 3

ATPL Aerodynamics

Do 20 of approx 30+ questions

AASA Systems 4

ATPL Systems

Do 20 of approx 30+ questions

AASA Systems 5

ATPL Systems

Do 20 of approx 30+ questions

AASA Systems 6

ATPL Systems

Do 20 of approx 30+ questions

AASA Systems 7

ATPL Systems

Do 20 of approx 30+ questions

AASA Systems 8

ATPL Systems

Do 20 of approx 30+ questions

AASA Systems 9

ATPL Systems

Do 20 of approx 30+ questions

AASA Systems 10

ATPL Systems

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

AASA Systems 11

ATPL Systems

Do 20 of approx 24+ questions

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What Is Examined?

1.1 The Aerodynamic and Aircraft Systems examination tests Units 1.4.1 and 1.4.2 of Schedule 3, but may include items from earlier Units with reference to the following items:
• Advanced Aerodynamics.
• Airframe and Systems.
• Power Plants - Turbine Engine.
• Engine Instruments.
• Flight Instrumentation Systems.
• Automatic Flight Control System.
• Warning and Recording Equipment.

 

Standardised questions will be about the Boeing 767-300ER.

Refer to the Boeing 767-300ER Operations Manual extract for certain aircraft systems.

In some cases we ask about other model jet or turbo-prop aircraft to test knowledge on those types.

Recommended Reading:

ATPL Aerodynamics & Systems - AFT Theory

The Jet Engine by Rolls-Royce

Aerodynamics for Naval Aviators

 

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